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This message is posted as an update to approved testing sites for confirming positive COVID-19 cases.
In support of strengthening student academic achievement, we have developed a parent-family engagement plan to engage parents and families in the education of their children and to build the capacity of Title I schools to implement parent-family engagement strategies and activities designed to achieve district student achievement goals. The plan (in English and Spanish) is available on the Federal Programs tab under Parent and Family Engagement.
For five weeks this semester, the nearly 200 students enrolled at FACES preschool received bags filled with items to improve their early literacy skillsets.
Glynn County Schools plan to provide a centralized vaccination clinic for school district employees through a collaboration with the public health department.
Parents and guardians who have a child that will attend public school in Glynn County for the first time next school year are encouraged to register their child now for school in August. The 2021-2022 school year will begin on Tuesday, August 10.
Glynn County Schools At a Glance
- 93.7% District Graduation Rate (State Graduation Rate: 82%)
- 83.7 College & Career Ready Performance Index (State CCRPI: 77.1)
- 3-stars or more for all schools (District Climate Rating)
- 13,164 System Enrollment
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- AP/Dual Enrollment
Across Georgia students and staff celebrated Pre-K. We ended our Pre-K Celebration week with special guest readers: Former Mayor of Brunswick, Bryan Thompson and School Board Member, Dr. Hank Yeargan. The dynamic duo read to all the Pre-K classes at FACES and the classes at Leaps and Bounds.
Michelle Smotzer is our 2020 – 21 FACES teacher of the year. She has taught seven years and has spent the last six years in Pre-K. Ms. Smotzer loves working with younger students and being their first teacher as they begin their school career. She tries to be an influential role model and creates a positive learning experience for all, so students fall in love with learning and going to school. Ms. Smotzer holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education and a Masters of Education in Instructional Technology from Georgia Southern University. Ms. Smotzer hopes to one day continue her education and pursue her Specialist degree for Teacher Leadership.